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  • ما دور التدخل المبكر في السيطرة على تأخر النمو عند الاطفال؟

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    ما دور التدخل المبكر في السيطرة على تأخر النمو عند الاطفال؟ January, 2020 أخبار الآن | دبي – الإمارات العربية المتحدة (رشا سليمان) يدرك الخبراء في ميدان التربية الخاصة الأهمية البالغة لبرامج التدخل المبكر، حيث ثبت أنه يؤدي إلى الوقاية من المشكلات في النمو، ويقلل من تأثيرات الإعاقة والتأخر في النمو على الأطفال وأسرهم. وفي […]
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  • “What age should my child develop empathy for others?”

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    What age should my child develop empathy for others? July, 2020 As parents we’re always secretly watching out for any sign that our children might be ahead of the curve or harbouring the potential to be a future genius. On the flipside, we’re also quick to worry if they don’t seem to be meeting the […]
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  • Dubai Police Support Boy With Autism, Developmental Delays

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    Dubai Police Support Boy With Autism, Developmental Delays June, 2020 Dubai: The mother of a three-year-old boy suffering of autism spectrum disorders and development delays thanked Dubai Police for their support in providing her free professional training to become a registered behaviour technician. According to Dubai Police, the privilege card for employees’ Esaad’ aided the […]
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  • Saudi mother makes inclusion of children with special needs her mission

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    Saudi mother makes inclusion of children with special needs her mission October, 2019 Dubai-based entrepreneur has created three enrichment centers since 2007 Global median rate of autism prevalence is estimated by WHO at 62 per 10,000 DUBAI: Parents want to give their children the best possible start in life, but having a child with special […]
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  • صاحبة أعمال و إدماج الأطفال

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    صاحبة أعمال و إدماج الأطفال Oct, 2019   كيث جيه. فرنانديز يسعى الآباء نحو توفير أفضل بداية ممكنة لحياة أطفالهم، ولكن أن يكون لديك طفل من ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة يجعل هذه المهمة أكثر صعوبة. أصرت هبة شطا على مواجهة هذا التحدي المتمثل في إصابة ابنتها باضطراب طيف التوحد، فقررت إنشاء مؤسسة تعليمية شاملة تتيح لأي […]
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  • Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards Presents 7 Laureates With $100,000

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    Seven women entrepreneurs from around the world were each awarded $100,000 for creating startup businesses that serve as catalysts for change and growth within their communities and the broader society. Known as the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards, the prizes were handed out Thursday in a ceremony at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture […]
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  • Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards 2019 names 7 laureates in San Francisco

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    In conjunction with the awards ceremony, Cartier curates several sessions which allow the participants to empower each other. 05.08.2019 by L’Officiel Malaysia Themed ‘The Ripple Effect’, the 2019 edition of Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards ceremony took place at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture in San Francisco, the heart of the global start-up and […]
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  • Health care awards to be expanded regionally

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    Dubai: The Dubai Health Awards for excellence in health care will go regional soon, covering private and public sector hospitals and health care specialists from the GCC as well as having some categories for international health care excellence as well, said Humaid Mohammad Obaid Al Qatami, chairman of the board and director general of the […]
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  • Target Throwing

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    Target Throwing March, 2018   Catching and throwing skills are an important component of many games and activities played by children at primary school level. It is important that children in the early years of schooling are given many opportunities to develop these skills to prepare them for the games and sports they may play […]
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  • What is Pica?

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    What is Pica? March, 2018   Pica is the term used to refer to mouthing or eating of nonfood items. There are different reasons why a child may engage in this behavior. One of the most common causes is that the child is seeking increased sensory input as placing nonfood items into the mouth can […]
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  • Teaching Theory of Mind and Social Cognition

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    Teaching Theory of Mind and Social Cognition February, 2018 Teaching Theory of Mind (ToM) Skills is both a challenging and very important part of the work ABA Therapists do. These higher-order thinking skills equip us with the ability to be socially competent and to understand the world and the people around us. ToM or Social […]
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  • Best foods to feed your child’s brain

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    Nutrition advice from our dietitian  Caroline Kanaan Children learn at an incredibly fast rate. Their brains are growing very quickly from ages 1 to 4 . The same way their bodies need the right nutrition to grow, their brains need specific nutrients as well. Here are some of the top nutrients and foods that children […]
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  • 10 Tips for Teachers to Support Children Who Stutter

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    Stuttering is a speech disorder in which sounds, syllables, or words are repeated or prolonged, disrupting the normal flow of speech.
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  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders. Key symptoms relate to difficulties with attention, difficulty controlling behavior, and hyperactivity (over-activity). Recent estimates suggest that 11% of American children aged 4-18 have been diagnosed with ADHD. Historically, ADHD was considered a childhood disorder. However, new understanding demonstrates that it can persist throughout adolescence into adulthood. 4.1% of American adults are now considered to present with ADHD. While the disorder can affect both males and females, rates are four times higher in males.
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  • (ADHD) How can parents help?

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    Receiving appropriate assessment and diagnosis is critical to supporting a child with ADHD. This is not to ‘label’ them, but rather ensure that they are appropriately understood and supported. Individualized packages of support are essential in ensuring children reach their potential.
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  • Connect With Your Child in 10 Simple Steps

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      When our special children smile, they light up our world. When they laugh, they make our hearts dance, and when they connect for even a few moments, they give us a gift of happiness like no other. Connecting with our children is not easy; it requires skills, patience, and a lot of repetition, but […]
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  • Back to School

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    School starts next week, and while children are feeling excited about the new school bags, uniforms, and reunions with school friends, parents may be feeling stressed out – particularly parents who have more than one child who may be attending multiple schools. The anticipated pressure of getting up early after long summer holidays, preparing lunch […]
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  • 10 Tips for Managing Kids’ Tech Time

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      The average child age 8 and under in the United States uses more than three personal tech devices—such as a tablet, smartphone, or video game console—at home, according to a new poll of parents conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). With even the youngest kids now “connected” via such technology, it is important […]
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  • Autism Spectrum Disorder Treatment – a free tip!

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    Planning a trip with your special kid By Dr HibahShata Planning a holiday is a time consuming process where we try to take care of flights, hotels, transportation and places to visit. When you are a parent of a special child it becomes more difficult as you need to consider your child diet, sensory issues, […]
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